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KEANU REEVES sings Isabelle!!/Dogstar/ live Japan 95

Yup, Keanu reeves singing, in his punk rock band.
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Rick Beato lays out what makes Boston's "More Than A feeling" a great song.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ynFNt4tgBJ0

I've been enjoying his What makes This Song Great series. He takes the tracks apart and explains what's going on. I know very little about the ins and outs of music and its production so this is all very new to me. Plus I like his enthusiasm and the way he talks about rock (rack) music.
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Rick Beato lays out what makes Boston's "More Than A feeling" a great song.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ynFNt4tgBJ0

I've been enjoying his What makes This Song Great series. He takes the tracks apart and explains what's going on. I know very little about the ins and outs of music and its production so this is all very new to me. Plus I like his enthusiasm and the way he talks about rock (rack) music.

Wow.

Let me emphasize that I am NOT any sort of musician. I can sing passably well with enough practice, but other than some failed piano and accordian (don't ask) lessons that my parents had me and my siblings TRY but which ultimately failed to awaken any other musical talents in me, at least.

BUT...that self-titled Boston album was my third solo purchase EVAH, following Springsteen's "Born to Run" and, um, something by David Bowie which included "A Space Oddity" which I had literally replayed enough times to damage the groove by playing it on that awful cheap "stereo" that my parents had bought for my brother and me.

So I readily admit that MUCH of Beato's analysis is WAY over my head except on a pure "guts" or perhaps "truthiness" level. I can understand the purely technical aspects but not really the "whys" they worked, especially from a musician's POV.

But now lacking any turntable and not willing to dig though my (probably too-deterioated) cassette tapes, I did go to the Apple Music Store to get that Boston album and am listening to it right now for the first time in over 2 decades.
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Narration like that ALWAYS reminds me of this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xcTFCdBEbmY
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Poppy Northcutt, First Woman in NASA's Mission Control! - Interview

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We're thrilled this week to be joined by Frances 'Poppy' Northcutt, who was a NASA Return-to-Earth Specialist during the Apollo missions and the first woman to work inside Mission Control! We talk about her experience as an engineer during Apollo, how the public remembers that era, and how media covered the moon landing.

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Rick Beato lays out what makes Boston's "More Than A feeling" a great song.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ynFNt4tgBJ0

I've been enjoying his What makes This Song Great series. He takes the tracks apart and explains what's going on. I know very little about the ins and outs of music and its production so this is all very new to me. Plus I like his enthusiasm and the way he talks about rock (rack) music.

Wow.

Let me emphasize that I am NOT any sort of musician. I can sing passably well with enough practice, but other than some failed piano and accordian (don't ask) lessons that my parents had me and my siblings TRY but which ultimately failed to awaken any other musical talents in me, at least.

BUT...that self-titled Boston album was my third solo purchase EVAH, following Springsteen's "Born to Run" and, um, something by David Bowie which included "A Space Oddity" which I had literally replayed enough times to damage the groove by playing it on that awful cheap "stereo" that my parents had bought for my brother and me.

So I readily admit that MUCH of Beato's analysis is WAY over my head except on a pure "guts" or perhaps "truthiness" level. I can understand the purely technical aspects but not really the "whys" they worked, especially from a musician's POV.

But now lacking any turntable and not willing to dig though my (probably too-deterioated) cassette tapes, I did go to the Apple Music Store to get that Boston album and am listening to it right now for the first time in over 2 decades.

I honestly think a lot of art and music analysis about what works and why by experts is just bs. I think it has very little to do with theory and very much to do with the feelings of the audience and their social circumstances.
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This fills me with emotion of various types.
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From BoingBoing a collection of Edward Gorey shorts collectively titled "Goreytelling". YouTube videos at link.

Cory Doctorow, the author of the linked article, explains:
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In the 1990s, student filmmaker Christopher Seufert talked his way into Edward Gorey's life and convinced him to record a series of memoirs and tales from his life; the project blossomed into a documentary, only to be derailed when Gorey died.

Now, the doc (tentatively titled "Gorey") is nearly done and father-and-son animator team Benjamin and Jim Wickey have created some delightful shorts using some of the the audio offcuts, expertly capturing the spirit of Gorey's animation (familiar to anyone who ever watched the opening credits of Mystery!, only to be disappointed that the actual show was never half as interesting as that credit sequence).

There are 5 short videos at the linked article.
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Chernobyl - A Masterclass in Perspective

The video is really more about the use of perspective in general, but it uses this mini-series for its excellent examples.
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Toska | Prayermonger

Heavy prog rock, live.


Wow, that is a great find. Love that stuff. :up:
Teen gets distracted while driving on a road which curves to his left. The action begins at about the 45-second mark. Fortunately no one was seriously injured.
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Teen gets distracted while driving on a road which curves to his left. The action begins at about the 45-second mark. Fortunately no one was seriously injured.

That kid working on the mower was on the stick fiddling ball man! That was some fast reaction time.
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Camp Town Ladies Sing This Song

It's a shame this film could never be made today. It has to be one of the most hilarious films Mel Brooks ever made.
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I love that movie.
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Ask a slave

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Ask A Slave is a satirical web series based on the actress' time working as a living history character at the popular historic site, George Washington's Mount Vernon. Starring Azie Dungey as Lizzie Mae and directed by Jordan Black.
All questions and interactions are based on true events.

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